That’s upward mobility in ID!
Orwell’s 1984 expressed his fear that the three major powers would all devolve into three totalitarian regimes, each with their own flavor but still totalitarian, and the threat to individual freedom that would be.
Thomas Edison was said to get by on 4 hours of sleep a night. A close friend did a biography of Edison in the 1930’s, and agreed with the 4 hours story — when Edison was working on something important to him. Afterwards, he said Edison would sleep for 16 hours, until he was rested again.
I thought at first that a toaster was on fire.
I’m afraid the 2×4 would only create an mob, armed with Louisville Sluggers, all looking for you.
It’s magic, and magicians Never reveal their secrets!
It tests to see if you move the cursor like a machine or computer would. If you fail the machine test, it figures you’re a human.
Thereby delineating the difference between “expect” and “want”.
This certainly brings back fond memories. My wife and I went to see Fellowship during the middle of the day, and couldn’t stop smiling, and saying “Wasn’t that great?” to each other. Considering how awful earlier attempts had been, it was wonderful to see someone do a good job. I still read the books, and love them, but the movies have enhanced my appreciation for the story.
I knew that, of course. I worked with caffeine as a chemist. Nobody can drink coffee at that temperature, but even if they did, 66% caffeine doesn’t lead to a 85% concentration. Hyperbole, of course. The LD50 for coffee is about 30 liters. A person would die of water intoxication first. Cheery thought, no?